ZigZag Press – A Shop for Premium Genesis Child Themes

ZigZag Press ZigZagPress is a new WordPress theme shop that specializes in developing premium child themes for the Genesis Framework.

ZigZagPress currently have 13 beautifully designed Genesis child themes available for a variety of different website styles. They have themes for portfolio websites, business and corporate sites, ecommerce stores, personal websites and blogs. Many of the themes have mobile responsive designs. They have one free child theme for download and prices for the premium child themes range from $15 to $35 each, which is very reasonable indeed.

ZigZagPress also has a theme for sale in the Community Marketplace at StudioPress. To get a theme in the StudioPress marketplace the design and coding has to be top notch, so you can be sure the Genesis child themes sold on ZigZagPress are also high quality products.

The Genesis Framework

Genesis is a WordPress theme framework developed by StudioPress, and is arguably one of the best premium theme frameworks available. The Genesis Framework is a highly optimized, flexible and secure framework, with convenient built in layout, design and SEO options. Genesis has clean, optimized code and great design architecture to ensure your website and content is search optimized and your site and content rank higher in the search engines.

Genesis has a solid feature set that makes it easy to customise and manage your site with features such as mix-and-match layout options for individual pages or posts, numerous custom widgets, automatic framework updates, comprehensive theme options panel and more. StudioPress themself sell a lot of great child themes for Genesis on their site for a beautiful turn-key website. The advantage of building on a quality framework like Genesis and using child themes is you can easily change your design any time without losing anything or hurting your search engine rankings.

ZigZagPress Genesis Child Themes

Below are some of the Genesis child themes available at ZigZagPress. You can see all the themes here.

Absolute
A beautifully minimalist and monochrome Genesis Child Theme developed with a nice grid portfolio and gallery available in 2,3 and 4 columns
absolute

Bijou
A flexible and responsive child theme with a clean, modern design that can be used for any type of website
bijou

Cinch
A simple and minimalistic Genesis child theme for anybody who loves to showcase their blog posts. It has two colour options (dark and light), post formats, three page layouts, infinite blog scrolling, fully responsive design and translation ready
cinch

Engrave
A great portfolio Genesis child theme for WordPress perfectly suited for business, corporate and portfolio websites
engrave

Eshop
An Ecommerce Genesis Child theme designed for online shops; selling clothing, accessories and other fashion related products, and also suited for business, portfolio or personal websites which require a smart minimal design. The theme comes with several options of colour scheme, patterns and other features
eshop

Recreate
A simple, elegant and fully responsive Genesis child theme. Built with 10 colour schemes, 6 layout options and built-in flex slider
recreate

Showroom
A beautiful grid portfolio Genesis child theme ideal for any business or company to showcase their products and services
showroom

Solo
An elegant, swift and responsive Genesis child theme that fits perfectly for your upcoming corporate project
solo

Tequila
A responsive Genesis child theme best for those who want to showcase their work
tequila

See all the Genesis child themes, try the demos, and learn more about ZigZagPress here. To read more about the features and benefits of the Genesis Framework visit StudioPress.

One Response to “ZigZag Press – A Shop for Premium Genesis Child Themes”

  1. #Steve

    Just downloaded the Absolute theme – completely littered with layout errors, especially when you get onto smaller screened devices, so the responsive code definitely needs some work. I’m guessing there will be similar issues with the other themes and I think they needed more testing before public release.

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